Hello, I thought I would share with you how I came to own my Plymouth, not a great tale but to be honest I'm new to this and haven't got a lot else to share. I recently swapped my '77 Blazer for a 1972 Satellite 318. To be honest I wanted a '69 but the chap I bought the Blazer off didn't have one (and I couldn't afford it even if he did) but told me to come and have a look around his stock. He told me over the phone he had '72 and would do a straight swap, I wasn't really interested but had had enough of the Blazer. When I saw it, it totally blew my mind! you just don't get cars like this in Europe! I think the word I am looking for is 'epic' the car is vast and I had to have it. I am now a complete Mopar convert and won't be going back. It is in pretty good shape apart from a few minor things, the reverse lights not working and the speedo not going back to zero. I am certain it has been resprayed, as I have the original build sheet which says it had a vinyl roof and as you can tell someone has tried to make it more like a Roadrunner. It's a southern State car, originally from Tennessee. So no rust. Getting a car registered in Luxembourg is a little tricky, especially if you want to have classic car status. Everything on the car has to be pretty much period, and everything must work properly. So once I discovered the speedo wasn't going back to zero I thought I would just order one from the US like had done for various parts for my Blazer and 1970 Mustang. I then learned it was not so easy! After searching the internet for hours I decided to try and get an image of the speedometer that was like mine and one appeared which happened to be on this forum. I joined and contacted 'Moparmarks' and bought it. He was very helpful and accommodating to my limited knowledge. I now just have to put the new dial cluster in, which from what I gather is not a quick job. The snow has set in here and so I have time to fix the car before the roads are free from salt and then I can go to the ministry and register it. I just want to thank all those who have given me help and advise so far, I couldn't have got this far with out your help. I will let you know how I get on.